DAISY BABY

There are some days when my mind is just very blank, and it is during these days that I find it a little difficult to write up a blog post. I have been experiencing this quite a bit lately and I am pretty sure it has something to do with having finished my placement. Even though I like to think that I adapt quite well to new settings and find it relatively easy to settle in and make myself at home, I do not think I have realised just how much changing my environment has on me!

After 10 months of work I have become so used to sluggishly pulling myself out of bed, grabbing my breakfast and heading on out the door to take the metro to work, and getting off at Avenue Louise to be greeted by the humongous building that is the Palais de Justice.

You would think that this new found freedom, so to speak, would allow Christine and I to meet and shoot more often but as I mentioned in this post, Christine has started her new job! For which my reaction was indeed:


But it does also mean that  she is at work all day leaving us time to shoot at the weekend or after work, and then not leaving her much time to edit all the photos as well as simply relax after a day of sitting at a desk. I have no idea how we are going to manage things when I go back to England at the end of September but I am sure we will be able to find a new way to work - hurray for the Internet!

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French coming soon...




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